Samsung Galaxy Note Review



The Samsung Galaxy Note is quite a unique hybrid Android device to use and it is the second one in this genre; the first being the Dell Streak, which quite frankly was an epic fail but we are not here to talk about that.

The Galaxy Note bridges the gap between the modern, ubiquitous smartphone and the neoteric tablet. This device is something which every geek dreams of at night and “wets” his bed in excitement. As soon as you pick up the device, you can see that this device has been drenched with details. Every nook and cranny of the device is extremely well-designed and feels quite solid, even though it’s bloody huge. This semi-phone-semi-tablet (Smartblet as we like to call it) filled with amazing features, has tech specifications which will make Steve Jobs turn in his grave.



Yes, the display is so awesome that I dedicated a whole frickin’ category to it. The Note has a 5.3 inch High Definition Super AMOLED screen. The display is drop-dead gorgeous. The beautiful screen is the star of the device. The crispness and the smoothness are so prominent throughout the device that you’ll never want to rest your eyes upon anything else. GALAXY Note has a 1280X800 pixel resolution, which is as much as the Galaxy Tab 10.1″! It has 285 pixels per inch, which isn’t quite as high as Apple’s Retina Display but, it gets the job done. Trying to view each pixel exclusively is extremely difficult. The display isn’t brusque and is smoothened till the very edge.

Reading e-books and newspapers and viewing HD pictures & movies on thi